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EXAGON 400 CC/CV GYS POWER SOURCE – MIG, TIG & MMA

£3,214.40 ex.VAT
Key Features
  • 20MM maximum weld thickness on mild steel
  • 20A - 400A output
  • Multi process welder
  • Industrial covers-all machine
  • Weight - 32KG
  • 400V input supply
  • Duty cycle - 60% @ 400A
  • Perfect for on-site welding
  • 2 year warranty
  • Ready to weld packages available

GYS GYSARC 160 MMA (Arc) Inverter Welder 160Amps (230V)

£195.06 ex.VAT
GYSARC 160 Inverter MMA (Arc) Welder 160Amps. Ultra compact & portable weighing only 2.9kg, the GYSARC 160 ensures quality welds on steel, cast iron and stainless steel up to 10mm thick. It has a welding current from 10 to 160Amps from a standard household 230V power supply (up to 3.2mm rods on 13Amp) can can weld electrodes from Ø 1.6 to 4mm.

GYS GYSARC 220 FV CEL MMA WELDER

£1,006.41 ex.VAT
Key Features
  • 5MM max electrode diameter
  • Weight - 12KG
  • Lift TIG function
  • Generator friendly
  • PFC technology
  • Hot start
  • 2 year warranty

GYS GYSARC 300 TRI MMA WELDER

£880.26 ex.VAT
MMA (SMAW) : rutile (6013), basic (7018) and cellulosic (6010) electrodes (up to Ø6 mm) Arc gouging with carbon electrodes (up to Ø5 mm), TIG (GTAW) process with LIFT arc ignition (Ø1.0 to 3.2 mm).

GYS GYSARC 400 TRI MMA WELDER

£1,512.00 ex.VAT
MMA (SMAW) : rutile (6013), basic (7018) and cellulosic (6010) electrodes (up to Ø6 mm) Arc gouging with carbon electrodes (up to Ø6.4 mm), TIG (GTAW) process with LIFT arc ignition (Ø1.0 to 3.2 mm).

GYS GYSMI 200Amp Inverter Arc Welder 230V

£300.00 ex.VAT
The GYSMI 200P ensures professional welding on steel, cast iron and stainless steel up to 12mm thick. It is equipped with the latest electronic inverter technologies including Hot Start, which makes for easy arc striking, Anti Sticking, that reduces the risk of electrodes sticking to the work piece and Arc Force whic regulates the arc length ensuring a strong arc.

GYS GYSMI E200 FV Dual Voltage 110V/230V Inverter Arc Welder (MMA) 200Amp

£447.06 ex.VAT
Dual voltage inverter arc welding machine (MMA) 200 Amp. Equipped with the latest electronic technologies, the 200FV ensures professional welding on steel, cast iron and stainless steel up to 12-14 mm thick (electrodes from Ø 1.6 to 5 mm). PFC technology enables its use on long extension leads (up to 100m) without performance drop

GYS PROGYS 183E MMA WELDER

£269.00 ex.VAT
Key Features
  • 4MM max electrode diameter
  • Weight - 8.3KG
  • 3 modes - MMA, MMA pulse & Lift TIG capabilities
  • Industrial grade
  • Generator friendly
  • Duty cycle - 60% @ 120A
  • Hot start
  • 2 year warranty

GYS PROGYS 200 PFC MMA Welder

£482.72 ex.VAT
Key Features
  • 5MM max electrode diameter
  • Weight - 5.5KG
  • Lift TIG function
  • Generator friendly
  • Duty cycle - 60% @ 120A
  • Hot start
  • Made in France
  • 2 year warranty

GYS PROGYS 200E CEL Dual Voltage MMA Welder

£676.48 ex.VAT
Key Features
  • 5MM max electrode diameter
  • Weight - 7.5KG
  • Lift TIG function
  • Generator friendly
  • Duty cycle - capable of welding 45 3.2MM electrodes in 1h. 100% duty cycle up to 120A (20)
  • PFC technology
  • 2 year warranty

GYS PROGYS FLEX 280 CEL MMA Welder

£1,428.00 ex.VAT
  • Current Range: 10 – 280A
  • 110V / 230V /400V
  • Weight:  22 Kg

GYSMI 160 P (WITH CASE) Stick Machine (MMA)

£200.00 ex.VAT
  1. Immediate start thanks to its very high no-load voltage.
  2. Constant welding power.
  3. Very smooth melting due to the direct current.
  4. Not sensitive to supply current fluctuations or to the arc length.
  5. Very good penetration and perfect arc stability

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are some other names for stick welders?

Stick welders, also known by several other names including:

  • Manual metal arc welding (MMA)
  • Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW)
  • Arc welding
  • Manual electrode welding

How do stick welders work?

  • The Electrode: The core of stick welding is a long, thin rod electrode coated in a flux. This flux coating plays a key role in the welding process.
  • Creating the Arc: The electrode is clamped into an electrode holder. The welder strikes the tip of the electrode against the metal workpiece to initiate the weld. This contact creates a spark, ionizing the air gap and starting an electric arc.
  • Heat and Filler Metal: The intense heat from the arc melts the base metal (the metal you're welding) and the flux coating on the electrode. The molten flux rises and forms a protective slag over the weld pool. As the electrode melts, it also serves as filler metal, depositing material to create the weld joint.
  • Slag Protection: The slag floats on top of the molten weld pool, protecting it from contamination from the atmosphere. Once the weld cools, the slag solidifies and needs to be chipped off with a chipping hammer.

What are advantages of stick welders?

Stick welding is a versatile and popular welding method due to several advantages:

  • Simple and Portable: The equipment is relatively simple and portable, making it suitable for use outdoors and in remote locations.
  • All-Weather Capable: Stick welding can be done in windy conditions or even light rain, unlike some other welding methods.
  • Versatility: Stick welders can weld a variety of metals, including steel, stainless steel, cast iron, and nickel alloys.
  • Learning Friendly: While mastering any welding skill takes practice, stick welding is often considered a good starting point for beginners due to its basic principles.

What are disadvantages of stick welders?

However, there are also some limitations to consider:

  • Lower Welding Speed: Compared to other techniques like MIG welding, stick welding is generally slower.
  • More Skill Required: Weld quality can be highly dependent on the welder's skill and technique.
  • Cleanup Required: Removing slag after welding adds an extra step to the process.

Overall, stick welders are a valuable tool for various welding applications, particularly for field work, repair, and construction projects.